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Eight Cats of Christmas

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Mia Donovan isn't interested in a relationship, she's too busy opening her cat shelter and rescuing  floofy balls of fur.  Being a bridesmaid is just a blip on her horizon. Bryce Murphy has no plans to change his bachelor lifestyle, but is willing to stand up as the best man...
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Mia Donovan isn't interested in a relationship, she's too busy opening her cat shelter and rescuing  floofy balls of fur.  Being a bridesmaid is just a blip on her horizon.

Bryce Murphy has no plans to change his bachelor lifestyle, but is willing to stand up as the best man for a good friend. 

In the chaos of plans gone awry, it's up to the bridesmaid and the best man to come up with a strategy to get it all back on track. In the midst of disaster, love strikes two hearts.

Can eight cats, a feline allergy, and a photo shoot gone wrong bring Mia and Bryce together forever?

Reviews (2)

by Carol J.

Get ready for some feline fun. Erin Stevenson has written an entertaining story of love, marriage, and cats. It’s a lighthearted tale of two people, Mia and Bryce, who meet at their best friends’ wedding and everything changes. For them, it’s love at first sight. Almost too good to be true. And therein lies the problem. A situation they may never be able to overcome keeps them apart. This story is uplifting and encouraging. A really fun read about love, family, and overcoming. Perfect for the Christmas season.

by Karen M.

Eight Cats of Christmas is the epitome of inspirational romance. Mia and Bryce fall in love almost from the very first page. Their relationship is adorable and seemingly without problems until halfway through the story. A best man prank, a “cat”astrophic photo shoot, and a surprise nemesis keep things interesting. The characters are lovable, and it’s easy to root for their happily-ever-after. The secondary characters are also enjoyable – I can’t help hoping we hear more from Mia’s brother Finn – he could use a happily-ever-after of his own. And for those who aren’t cat people, don’t worry – dogs are welcome (and loved) in this story!

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